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Gamesa has secured a contract with the Greek company Terna Energy to provide operations and maintenance (O&M) services on 116 MW of wind turbines located in Poland and Bulgaria for a period of five years.

The company has thereby renewed the existing maintenance service agreement covering 52 G90-2.0 MW and six G97-2.0 MW wind turbines, which were previously installed at seven wind farms in Poland and two wind farms in Bulgaria.

In total, Gamesa says it provides O&M services on 603 MW in Poland and 90 MW in Bulgaria for more than 10 customers.



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